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Sun-Cassiopea’s novel mechanism of action acne drug sees a “fair degree” of early physician interest in the US, with some analysts expecting the topical androgen receptor inhibitor to emerge as a key addition to the Indian’s firm’s specialty portfolio.
Lilly partners with Kumquat to discover small molecule IO drug. Kite, Appia Bio collaborate on allogeneic cell therapies. AstraZeneca and Regeneron pursue novel metabolic therapies targeting GPR75. Lexeo and Stelios merge to focus on gene therapies for rare cardiovascular indications.
Sun Pharma has expanded its dermatology portfolio by entering into a partnership with Italy’ Cassiopea to market Winlevi (clascoterone) 1% cream in the US and Canada, and expects to make it available in the US inthe fourth quarter of 2021.
South Korean firm teams with Speragen to develop enzyme-replacement therapy for the genetic disorder and with Mirum for maralixibat. Plus deals involving Takeda/PeptiDream, Hanmi/LegoChem, Sun/Cassiopea, LegoChem/Cellectar, ChubLab/CJ CheilJedang Corp., Alebund/Chugai, Kintor/Fosun, Astellas/ExCellThera and I-Mab/neoX/Immorna.
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